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Philips Airfryer (HD9220) at Costco

Great tasting fries with up to 80% less fat!*

With Rapid Air technology for the perfect results

Philips unique Rapid Air Technology lets you fry with air to make food that is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Little or no oil is needed to ensure perfect texture and delicious results!



HD 9220 (1400W)

$179.99 at Costco (as of Dec 27, 2013)

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  1. I loved Philips Air Fryer Review. They are particularly useful for those who are keeping track of the calorie consumption. Diets and individuals can often be complicated and often guidelines out any deep-fried meals, just by the characteristics in which they are prepared. Airfryer are not just for chips! Any kind of meals, from poultry items to blueberry jewelry can be prepared in this way. The only restricting aspect is your creativity.

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  2. Thanks for reviews.
    I love that it can fry food without grease and the extra calories and fat that come with using a regular fryer.
    Cooking food through an air fryer is often a healthy option to deep-frying applying gas.
    Hot air fryers make use of excited air rather than very hot gas to help make meals meals.
    A trendy label of this heat stove that makes use of this preparing container may be the Philips heat fryer.

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  3. Wow fantastic offer! Is that still available? I want an upgrade, I got the Avolon, but I read some reviews on www.airfryerjudge.com/ and they said that Philips was the best! So I will go to Costco later after work to pick it up :)

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  4. These foods are good for health. Informative and interesting which we share with you so i think so it is very useful and knowledgeable. I would like to thank you for the efforts. I am tiring the same best work from me in the future as well. thank's for sharing.

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  5. Prepare great tasting fries with up to 80% less fat and much more: Discover the Philips Airfryer with unique rapid air technology now. what is air fryer

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  6. I have read your article very attentively really this is very informative article.

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